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  1. Thread: Bandsaw

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    It should be marked for voltage etc. sounds like...

    It should be marked for voltage etc. sounds like it works. (don't know what happens when american -110V stuff is fed 240V :C) A simple test would be to hook up multi meter or very low voltage power...
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    Agree with the above. Just wondering if you are...

    Agree with the above. Just wondering if you are going to interlock the pattern between the sheets -which would only need the edge sheets to trim accurately (and the skirting would cover some of this...
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    Bit off topic

    a bit off topic -however every now and then they have german made jigsaw blades that are worthwhile and have picked up 10" 3 pack circular blades for $20 which will never be sharpened -but good for...
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    ??

    Probably something else but reminds me of something that was called dead finish. very similar look and characteristics:?
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    One of those things I suppose -Once made things...

    One of those things I suppose -Once made things from mount Dandynong Wet place at the best.Was always worried about shrinkage.
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    Did pan down trough photos

    Stop making stuff for the shed. Make it for the house or clients. -the missus will be much happier. TOO pretty for shed !!!!:clap3:
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    sctapers

    Don't forget scrapers -the thickest old rusted out files that you can find. Good hard steel - Cost 0$ - 50c . shape as wanted.:U
  8. Doesn't look like any kinda mould -More water...

    Doesn't look like any kinda mould -More water stains. would expect them to sand out -depends how deep they have gone. Natural finishes tend to suck unless under perfect circumstances.
  9. You serious?

    This ain't 1910 - such things simply do NOT exist. Get a new one. Sorry if this appears to be rude -but .
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    lathe

    presumably V belt drive? Tension is one thing - if slippage this is your problem. If not possibly ass motor - for what you want to do. have seen lathes with sewing machine motors -Good for say 1/2...
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    Me too

    Have one of these as well. The table is kinda strange. Not Shure if it's for mortices or what? But have that side table. The thread of the shaft would be good to know -Can then experiment.:C
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    dowel holes

    I wouldn't worry about them since wont be seen. glue some dowel in and cut it off if it worries you or add matching dowel holes and just have more dowels?:cool:
  13. Chipboard

    First thoughts would be much like yours - take it to the tip. However you seem to have the right idea Rake out the loose stuff Fit a bit of hardwood and with lots of glue glamp to thickness then...
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    Intreresting spalting

    No Idea what -the photos don't help. could be many things. The photos would have to cover cleaned up and ideally with a finish on it. Looks like some kinda hardwood -with some spalting.
  15. Timber needing

    Well only if you don't worry about things like rot or other weathering -Well then none does. I do presume that you be looking for HIGHLY DURABLE kinda ? Well just jump on the net -will come up with...
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    Known someone

    An old ie not now workmate made one for personal use including curved /rounded window frames -all wood / plywood . Was regretting it very quickly -the weathering aspect. You want to go varnish...
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    -$50 -no worries

    Every now and then someone picks a winner. most people make a STUNNING table or whatever -they get the odd gig or 4 then they still got to eat -hard to do -some make it some don't -not necessarily...
  18. Well might not be what you want -but

    Have seen weatherboards in northern NSW west of Lismore in particular that had many buildings in weathered grey weatherboards apparently last painted in the 20's or so whenever they were built. Many...
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    sink unit

    Well alternating colours if that what you mean-Ok prefer natural colours -say Jarrah + Bunnings" hardwood" -often something that is LIKE mountain ash in looks (about the best answer you will get from...
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    Old shellac

    Probably know -just bin it! However have Very old flake shellac (nearly 2.1/2 decades) Yeah not keen on dissolving to any useful form. Any hope/methods (all kinda looks good) Or just toss it????:C
  21. Any of the pva glues would be more than adequate....

    Any of the pva glues would be more than adequate. I would use one of the clear versions (rather than the yellow stuff the Americans seem to like). Any but the nastiest Chinese stuff is probably...
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    It's hard

    Working for someone else (large scale commercial stuff) because my own stuff is good money when it's there -then it's not for a while! Have done markets before -don't now! Have not paid for...
  23. Moving the stupidly heavy

    Last year moved a 20" bandsaw. When it was originally boxed up it was marked at about 320kg. Had the table off for this move and had a truck with lift. But me and the boy verrrry slowly across the...
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    DRAWN & CLAIMED I'm in

    I'm in
  25. Well can sell it as genuine Chippendale furniture...

    Well can sell it as genuine Chippendale furniture at least. :D
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    Looks like Myrtle / Myrtle Beech Could be either...

    Looks like Myrtle / Myrtle Beech Could be either from Tassie or Vic. should be very fine grained and reasonably hardish. Works nicely. Haven't seen much of this for years, have the theory that it...
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    I have a Taiwanese? bandsaw (No name or origin...

    I have a Taiwanese? bandsaw (No name or origin known) that had the rear bearing running on the tire -so to speak with a mild steel sleeve. Kinda ok till the bearing died -then the back of the blade...
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    Considering the design 1920s ish is spot on. A...

    Considering the design 1920s ish is spot on. A large amount were made of blackwood - often oval shaped. Yours looks like an extension version - which I haven't personally seen, but the legs look spot...
  29. Ebay has assorted size magnets that are rather...

    Ebay has assorted size magnets that are rather cheap - the good ones (Rare earth) Mine were about 8-10 mm x 2 mm $ 3 and a bit posted - a dozen or so.
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    I use the solidified cooking oil stuff as it...

    I use the solidified cooking oil stuff as it doesn't seem to have any problems with finishes (at least the solvent based things that I use) Have heard about talk -powder -yes baby kinda powder on...
  31. Looks like a version of what I have out the back...

    Looks like a version of what I have out the back -Definitely different brand though. Yours should have probably a leg O mutton guard for the planer & a riving knife with top guard attached as was...
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    HELP Without SOMETHING to SUCK the Dust away - best...

    Without SOMETHING to SUCK the Dust away - best off wheeling the unit outdoors and hope the wind helps. (Have bought an old planer /thicknesser in the past that was sitting on about a 300mm mound...
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    Would agree with this . Assuming that you want...

    Would agree with this . Assuming that you want length, Well I'd treat it as any other board product, long grain gluing will be more effective than end grain - so some form or other support should be...
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    Made my only wooden ship model because I couldn't...

    Made my only wooden ship model because I couldn't sleep out of a tea chest and dowel mostly -Generally between 11:00 and the far early mornings(when living in a share house). Small polystyrene models...
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    CLAIMED I'm in

    I'm in
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    Cheers will give some a go.

    Cheers will give some a go.
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    Too hard to peel off agin.

    Too hard to peel off agin.
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    The dust is the biggest problem - the fumes etc....

    The dust is the biggest problem - the fumes etc. would not be anymore than the kitchen, lounge, carpet ,paint that is already in your'e house. Both the glue in ply and mdf are probably similar. Not...
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    Have a cheap nasty set of these from the glorious...

    Have a cheap nasty set of these from the glorious peoples republic of crap. Aldi by the way but sold in many places. have gone blunt very quick. Have wondered about how to re sharpen or if it's even...
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    Disk cement???

    Anyone know of current supplies of disk cement? (made for gluing sanding disks temporarily to backing plates) I do know that Velcro is an option -however is still a bit soft -prefer the harder...
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    Perhaps create one.:D

    Perhaps create one.:D
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    I have used these only with kerro ( as petrol...

    I have used these only with kerro ( as petrol might work -but seems scary) always start up outdoors as the startup can include spewing burning liquid kerro -until it vaporises properly. Lpg a safer...
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    Probably some kinda pine - not thinking red cedar.

    Probably some kinda pine - not thinking red cedar.
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    Where do you find oxalic acid. Presune not...

    Where do you find oxalic acid. Presune not bunnings.
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    Have a box of random sandpaper under the lathe...

    Have a box of random sandpaper under the lathe -cloth backed lasts longer -but all work, Cloth backed particularly when under tension - rather than holding by hand. Must say I do more sanding than...
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    Considering the 1st photos -Tis a remarkable...

    Considering the 1st photos -Tis a remarkable effort, the peeling ply/ veneer layers, I would have given up on. Being repainted helps as can use bog or whatever when things are missing or otherwise...
  47. Like some have said depends on the amount to be...

    Like some have said depends on the amount to be removed and also how narrow the boards are. I often avoid removing too much, but too thin - say 150 x 20 will not stand up too well, and want to go...
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    well for starters you don't NEED to use one of...

    well for starters you don't NEED to use one of these. but try on off cuts. people without such devices have used small brads, staples-with the stapler spaced out- so that they stick out 2-3mm, hot...
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    Oh Ok Tah -never really noticed the thickness -...

    Oh Ok Tah -never really noticed the thickness - mostly been yellow tongue around though.
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    Mine looks a step below - but still a step above...

    Mine looks a step below - but still a step above the simple router jigs. mine has the cast iron swing arm -kinda elbow thing -and if set up right will do both joints at once -blind and through even...
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